From the first bite of the apple in the Garden of Eden to the one Steve Jobs fashioned into his company symbol, the world has evolved on the nourishment of knowledge. While objective knowledge, acquired by scientific observations, is widely acknowledged to be beneficial for us, self-knowledge, also needed for our development, has proven to be a more delicate pursuit. It requires a fragile balance between knowing and the capacity to contain what is known. Click here to read more from Dr. Naomi Kehati Bronner.
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